Brett Kavanaugh Withdraws His Nomination to US Supreme Court
WHAT? Impossible you say! Well, stranger things have happened. Read on to see why it could happen.
Confirmation hearings begin today. Will any Republicans oppose him for fear of his taking any opportunity to overturn Roe v. Wade? Will any vulnerable Democrats up for reelection in November support him for fear of losing their office?
Basically, the question is can anyone stop this runaway train to another appointment by the Treasonous Trump. Here’s another option–let’s all encourage Kavanaugh to withdraw his nomination.
Why would anyone, given the chance to be a Justice of the Supreme Court, abandon that opportunity? Most often, it comes from some discovered scandal heretofore unknown–a scandal that likely dooms the candidate. Put that aside, that’s not the gist of my argument.
Trump, our so-called President, is currently a subject of a criminal investigation–an investigation that will demonstrate that he won election through felonious means. It’s highly likely that Trump will be impeached within a few months after Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings. Whether convicted in the Senate or not, unless pardoned by Vice-President Pence, Trump will likely be convicted of crimes that will put him behind bars.
Kavanaugh, if confirmed, will be remembered as the Justice appointed by an impeached and imprisoned President. If I were Kavanaugh, I’d get out now, before any votes on his nomination are taken.
Richard Nixon, he of Watergate infamy, appointed FOUR people to the Supreme Court–including Chief Justice Warren Burger. None, however, were appointed after the Watergate scandal. So those Nixon appointees never faced the sort of guilt by association that Kavanaugh could.
NOTE: Stay tuned for more indictments from Special Counsel Robert Mueller–coming soon to your favorite news source.